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Celebrating fall foliage around the U.S.

Celebrating fall foliage around the U.S.

Can you feel the change of seasons in the air? It's almost time for apple cider, pumpkin picking and leaves changing color.
Al Qaeda will fail to recruit India's Muslims, Prime Minister says

Al Qaeda will fail to recruit India's Muslims, Prime Minister says

 Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said al Qaeda will fail if it seeks to spread its terror network into his country because Muslims there "will die for India."
What Scotland's 'No' vote means for David Cameron

What Scotland's 'No' vote means for David Cameron

 David Cameron has had the narrowest of political escapes.
Obama: ISIS threat against U.S., allies 'doesn't frighten us'

Obama: ISIS threat against U.S., allies 'doesn't frighten us'

With approval in hand to arm and train Syrian rebels to fight the ISIS terror group, President Barack Obama said Thursday the plan keeps with "the key principle" of U.S. strategy: No American combat troops on the ground.
'Dead Beat Kenya' Facebook page claims to expose absentee parents

'Dead Beat Kenya' Facebook page claims to expose absentee parents

Private parental disputes in Kenya are going online -- and viral. Single parents in the east African nation are turning to a new Facebook page to share their outrage against people they claim abandoned their offspring.
Australia orders federal police to take over security at house of parliament

Australia orders federal police to take over security at house of parliament

Australia ordered federal police to take over security at the house of parliament Friday, a day after police conducted one of the nation's largest counter-terrorism operations in the port city of Sydney.
Results of Scotland independence referendum: 'No' campaign victorious

Results of Scotland independence referendum: 'No' campaign victorious

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Police: Still no suspect in killings of Britons on idyllic Thai island

Police: Still no suspect in killings of Britons on idyllic Thai island

Thai police are still searching for suspects in the killings of two British tourists on an idyllic resort island after DNA tests on more than a dozen men found no matches with evidence from the female victim's body.
Sony expects to lose more than $2 billion

Sony expects to lose more than $2 billion

Things are going from bad to worse for Sony -- the Japanese company expects to lose billions of dollars this year as its smartphone business bleeds.
Australian police move against pending terror attack

Australian police move against pending terror attack

Australian authorities disrupted what they described as a pending attack "on a member of the public," part of a sweeping counterterrorism operation on Thursday that came just days after the country raised its terror alert level to hig
Scotland's voters make their choice in independence referendum

Scotland's voters make their choice in independence referendum

Scotland's voters are heading to the polls Thursday to cast their ballots in the country's landmark independence referendum.
The anatomy of ISIS: How the 'Islamic State' is run, from oil to beheadings

The anatomy of ISIS: How the 'Islamic State' is run, from oil to beheadings

Put yourself in the shoes (and sixth-century black robes) of ISIS' Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, the mysterious boss of the terror group that is striking fear into the hearts of leaders around the world.
Scotland in last day of campaigning before independence vote

Scotland in last day of campaigning before independence vote

Politicians are making their final pleas to Scottish voters Wednesday, the last day of campaigning before they head to the ballot box to vote on independence.
Battling 'crusaders': ISIS turns to glossy magazine for propaganda

Battling 'crusaders': ISIS turns to glossy magazine for propaganda

ISIS has used videos of its shocking beheadings of Western hostages to seize the world's attention, threatening the United States and its allies.
5 risks for investors buying Alibaba shares

5 risks for investors buying Alibaba shares

HONG KONG (CNNMoney) -- Alibaba is about to complete what could be the largest initial public offering in history. And by all accounts demand for the shares is huge.